The Mysteries of Las Murayas
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For many centuries the place called Las Murayas by a virtually unknown Mexican Indian, hid its history which dates back to the time of the first inhabitants of this continent.
The Mexican Indian, Pedro Jose Salvador and his time spent at this mysterious place is only known through and preserved on an old cloth document written by his descendant, Silvestre Mario Prado.
But what of the things experienced by the Mexican Indian Salvador? What of the places made mention of by Prado as he wrote of his ancestor? What of the personal treasure of
Salvador he mentions? What of the enormous
cave of the ancient inhabitants he speaks of containing the treasure of them, “an enormous cave, containing amounts
unknown to any man?”
According to the Aztec history, found in 3 of the still regarded best and most accurate histories of the ancient people of this continent,[a] it is said that when they came to this land from the great tower where the creator had confused their words, they traveled east across the vast Asian continent where they lived for a time. According to the Chinese legend, their first leader whom they call a prophet, ascended a great Mountain said to be Mount Tai Shan of which their God gave them Glowing stones. They left this land in the east and traveled across the pacific landing here in the west and built their first city named after the place of their first inhabitants on this land. According to the record they arrived approximately 4400 years ago by boat from the west and landed very near today’s city of
in a time where in the Gulf of California extended to the mouth of the Grand Canyon. At this place they built their first city
and it was known as Anahuac.
One of the many sites of a ruin village
It would be another 1800 years of wars, famines convulsions of the earth and great changes as a result in the land that this city would be abandoned and founded time and time again and eventually by the Aztec ancestors who came from the North East. This city would again be rebuilt or built over and from the earliest times. During its sporadic existences from 600 BC to 700 AD it is unknown as to the name given the new old city. However, as early as 700 AD the name which later appeared on the old Latin Maps of the 14th century, made from earlier draughts, was the name of Tontonteac. It is unknown the origins of the name given by the earliest Latin speaking travelers. Today it is known as the ruins of Pueblo Grande of Nevada and of which 5 miles of the city is buried beneath the reservoir of
Long before the arrival of the Latin speaking ancestors of the Aztec and those of the Hebrew, during the first 1000 years of Anahuacs existence, other cities were built as well. The city of
was built to the North with the cities of Tignas, Chuco and Chuhuco, the names
of which appear on the old Latin Maps with Marata to the south east and more
cities to the east up the drainage of the Colorado.
More cities were built in the North and around the mysterious and now
missing , seven cities with origins dating
to the most ancient of times. lake Copala
About 28 leagues to the east of the principle city of
Tontonteac, they built
their Capitol city, the ancient name of which is unknown. The name given by the
later ancestors of the Aztec was Abacus nuc Granada meaning in part the place of the Sand
Mandala and Pomegranate, in a place well known for the practice of healing by
use of Sand Painting. Sand painting is/was only practiced by one other culture
today and in ancient times, The Tibetan and/or those of the Buddhist religions
not to mention for the same purposes using the same principle symbolism. Why
would the Pomegranate be important in the name?
The people who originally inhabited this continent were in the habit of building many cities underground, just as the people of
India of whom
the most ancient ones were in part from. Look to the caves of Ajanta
to see in part what these underground cities may have appeared as. One of these
underground cities is believed to be one and the same as the enormous cave
containing amounts unknown to any man, mentioned by Silvestre Prado. It is
believed to be the very city located on the old Latin Maps called Abacus nuc Granada. To this day, in
the suspect areas of this city, unlike its sister city of Tontonteac, no surface remains of a city have
ever been found.
Many tribes in addition to the Aztec have their legends of their origins having emerged from the underworld. This place which was known as Abacus nuc
is the place Silvestre Prado has referred to as Las Murayas. In addition to the
Aztec record, Indian Legends and the maps of Latin antiquity, there is the
testimony of the Native American which is left upon the rocks. However this
part pertaining to the petroglyphs, you would have to take only into
consideration as I cannot prove herein what I have learned and believe.
Long ago I was told by a Navajo man that near this place, where “all things began” was a map upon the rock, left by the ancient inhabitants telling the story of their forced migration to return to the places of their origins, one in particular is this area called Las Murayas. I had not realized it for some years but the map rock I was told of, I had seen but did not know at the times as to it being a literal geographical map of the area. As the years passed I learned what it was and parts of what it is talking about.
The map rock seen above, tells the story of “The People” being pursued by an enemy, an enemy which was only a day or so behind them. After crossing the deep gorge the people emerged from its depths, only to see that the enemy was just entering from the other side, a crossing which can take near two days. Before the enemy entered the deep gorge, they had to lighten their load. It is clear in the record that they emerged from the canyon very near the Ancient underground city of
which the record shows it to be partially broken up or caved. The record shows
they did not go to this site, but a branching took place near by of which a
party led the enemy or tried to, away from the main party. Apparently the enemy
never knew of the enormous cave.
The record shows the people after crossing the deep gorge, with a smaller party going North and the main body traveling east to distract from the group that went north hoping the enemy would not detect them. For the most part they succeeded in leading the enemy to the east and passing the very underground city which the Aztec themselves occupied for near 300 years, the very cave they went to in near 700 AD after being expelled from their more ancient home further North being Aztlan. Aztlan is also the same as the place of origin of many American tribes legends being
Mountain or .
Although the Island still exists to this day, the waters which made it an Turtle Island Island have long since disappeared.
The people who broke from the main body going Northward created confusion for the enemy in some way, a way in which I can only speculated. But apparently it worked and what ever it was they were trying to keep from the enemy, seems to be to their success, yet the story shows much activity at what is clearly an important place to the people at the 3rd of 3 lakes.
How much of the preceding information Silvestre Prado knew, or his relative Pedro Jose Salvador, is not clear, but it would seem the personal treasures of the Mexican Indian mentioned in the old cloth document, is said to be in a large cave but clearly different from the enormous cave earlier mentioned. It would seem his personal treasure had come from the enormous cave or the Spoils of the Spaniards he catered to for so many years. Of what we have learned so far in this magical and mysteries place of Las Murayas is, the Spanish never found the enormous cave, nor the amounts it contained unknown to any man. We have learned there is a history here that dates back to the earliest inhabitants on this continent. At Las Murayas it would seem exists an undiscovered history unrivaled even by the Egyptian Chinese and Roman antiquities.
[a] * Cronica Mexicana, Tezozomoc.
* Historia antigua de México, Mariano Veytia
* Historia de las Indias de Nueva España, Padre Frey Diego Duran
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